Guerrilla Games released a new patch for Killzone: Shadow Fall today that allows players to lock the single-player campaign at 30 frames per second, via an options menu.
The patch (version 1.09) also marks the first step for the clan system, according to the Killzone blog.
“While already available through the website, the [clan] functionality is now also implemented in-game,” the blog post reads. “You can invite clan members to a party, and clantags are now also added to the player name within the game. It can be viewed in the player card, in the friendslist, etc.”
Other new features for Killzone: Shadow Fall include Warzone discoverability, the option to allow parties to join a Warzone, additional checkpoint saving in the campaign and a vc30 exploit fix.
More free patches are planned for the future, and Sony and Guerrilla Games recommend leaving comments via the Killzone Player Voice feedback system.
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Killzone: Shadow Fall Update Adds Locked 30fps Option, Better Checkpoints
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